“Cheptegei and his colleagues are more of track athletes than road racing. We shall teach him a few tips in road racing. We are ready for him,” said one member. The #1 Kenyan, Kibiwott Kandie, who recently ran 58:38, was more respectful but admitted he wanted to win for Geoffrey Kamworor. "I feel honoured and happy to represent my country for the first time.:
Brain science reveals the reasons we choke when we care most about our performance, and strategies to build the confidence we need to avoid it.
In reality, the headline is fake news as they don't review the carbon-plated shoe that Rojo runs in - the Hoka Carbon X.
"Both records will inspire controversy," writes Sean Ingle.
Discount Vin Lananna at your own peril. Hasn't he won more NCAA xc titles than any other active coach? The NC state women crushed the competition as expected.
The fact that Chepkoech rabbitted this race was amazing. Her attitude about doing it was even more amazing.
*Interesting Read: How long will it be before Cheptegei rocks the marathon? Toni Reavis does some research and compares the amount of time that passed between 10,000 pb and marathon pb for former track greats Paul Tergat, Kenenisa Bekele, Haile G and Eliud Kipchoge. It was anywhere from 6 to 14 years.
*Dyestat interview with Taylor
Stephen Maguire had incredible results but was reportedly upset he was snubbed for his former assistant Christian Malcolm.
Leer talks about his D3 career, the 2008 Olympic Trials, his proudest moment (his 5k at Mt. SAC), his least proudest moment (a meltdown post-race) and more.
*Go Be More Podcast Interview With Toby Tanser, The Founder Of Shoe4Africa
"Most XC meets in NY are going to be small dual meets. Many or most sectional and league championship meets have been cancelled. I'm disappointed for the kids losing another opportunity and motivating goal. ...I know it's all about the safety of the kids. The scientist in me has looked at the available data and believes the safety of the kids would not be effected by more competitive-allowing protocols currently being practiced the US."